The Metropolitan Police are calling on members of the public to share any information they might have concerning the disappearance of Owami Davies, a 24-year-old nurse who was last seen walking north on London Road, away from West Croydon on 7 July, at around midday.
The latest CCTC footage, taken at around 12:30 pm on Thursday 7 July, shows Owami wearing a red Adidas top, light grey tracksuit bottoms, slider-type shoes, and a white handbag over her shoulder.
Detective chief inspector Nigel Penney, who is leading the investigation, said: “This latest CCTV shows Owami wearing a distinctive red top and heading towards the Norbury area.
“I would ask members of the public who were in this area, or nearby roads, to think back and call us if they remember seeing Owami and please do not underestimate how important your call could be.”
Owami is known to have left her family home in Grays, Essex on Monday, 4 July.
South Area Commander Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer, said: “I can assure our community that all we can do to find Owami is being done. We are working closely with our colleagues in specialist crime, who are used to dealing with large, complex investigations and we are providing them all the assistance we can in this extensive inquiry. Everyone, I am sure, is hoping that Owami is safe and well and this nightmare for her friends and family will finally end.
“We understand the real anxiety that is currently felt in our community and we have additional officers patrolling to reassure you. Please do take the opportunity to speak to these officers about your concerns, they are there to help you and answer any questions you may have.”